All full festival tickets + Friday tickets are sold out! What to do if you missed out? Read on, friend.

All 80,000 full festival tickets have been sold. A limited number of one-day tickets are still available for Wednesday 3 July and Thursday 4 July. Friday 5 July and Saturday 6 July are completely sold out.

Having sold out means that that we can now start looking forward to generating a profit from the festival which we donate in full to charitable and humanitarian causes.

What if you didn't get a full festival ticket?

If you're keen on participating in the best week of the year, there's still hope. We recommend that you sign up for our waiting list. There is a chance that tickets will become available, and this is the only way of knowing the tickets are valid.

How does the waiting list work? Ticketmaster has a fan guarantee that includes the option to cancel a purchase within three days, and every year some people opt to return their tickets. These tickets will be available for those on the waiting list. In general, anyone re-selling tickets through Ticketmaster's official exchange service will sell their tickets to those on the waiting list.

Sign up to the waiting list

We cannot provide information about your position in the queue, but we'll keep our fingers crossed that you get your ticket(s).

You can also sign up to volunteer.

Ticket questions? Look here:
  • Can I check if my ticket is valid if I bought it somewhere else? (Viagogo, DBA etc.)
    No, the only way to make sure you purchase a valid ticket is by signing up to our waiting list.
  • Can I swap my one-day ticket to a full festival ticket?
    Nope, tickets can't be swapped or changed to another type of ticket.
  • I bought a ticket / product that I no longer need. What to do?
    You can sell your tickets through Ticketmaster's exchange service. Please note that you can only use this service to sell products that are sold out.
  • But... it looks like there are still tickets on Viagogo and other vendors?
    We strongly advise everyone not to buy tickets through any other vendor than Ticketmaster. Tickets sold anywhere else are often sold at a higher price and aren't necessarily valid. Read more.
  • Other questions?
    Please get in touch with Ticketmaster if you have any further questions about tickets.